Our Social Justice Fellowship Program is designed to share knowledge about the impacts of uranium mining between our leaders, and indigenous led environmental organizations to our SJ Fellows.
Our 2019 augural group of SJ Fellows are for young indigenous womxn that are affected by the impacts of Uranium Mining on the Navajo Nation.
Our fellows have gone through a series of workshops and discussions with indigenous professionals and leaders about the importance of policy change, community organizing, health and environmental impacts of uranium.
Currently our SJ Fellows are organizing, planning, and facilitating their own Community Education Forum: Impacts of Uranium Mining.
In 2020, we are expanding our workshops by including FILM and PODCAST training for our SJ Fellows. We will make 6 Podcast episodes and 4 short film documentaries. Our Fellows are encouraged to host their own Community Forum about the impacts of Uranium Mining in areas affected by uranium. SJ Fellows will create a Multimedia toolkit in collaboration with community members, organizations, and local leaders.
Please be on the look out for a SJ Fellow led event in Window Rock, AZ and Sanostee, NM in 2020. *Due to current Health Crisis Events have been postponed
We are accepting new applications for our Social Justice Fellowship. Email Krystal for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org